Campus Inq Archive: May, 2013

Penn professor issues report on historically black universities

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Student enrollment at the nation’s 105 historically black colleges and universities has become increasingly diverse, while the institutions... Read more

Meet the Albert Einsteins of medical jeopardy

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Earlier this week, I wrote a story about the jeopardy competition for emergency medicine residents at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital... Read more

Temple attracts strong class, credits scholarships, Temple Made campaign

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Temple University will welcome its strongest freshman class in terms of academics in its history, with a 16-point jump in average SAT scores... Read more

Kutztown U. to allow weapons on campus; Could other state universities follow?

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By Susan Snyder INQUIRER STAFF WRITER Kutztown University may not be the only state system school to begin allowing guns to be carried in... Read more

West Chester U. is flush with graduates

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Flush with graduates, West Chester University for the first time will split its commencement into two outdoor ceremonies on Saturday, May 18... Read more

At Temple U., check out the shoes

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How does one exercise individuality on graduation day when awash in a sea of same-colored gowns? Over the years, some students have decorated... Read more

Penn State to survey students, staff on values

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Pennsylvania State University in the fall will administer a university-wide survey to students, faculty and staff on values and principles... Read more

Race for PSU board seats is hot

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Another highly contested race for three open alumni seats on Pennsylvania State University’s board of trustees will come to a close at... Read more